On Thursday, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, a passionate supporter of former President Donald Trump, told attendees at his Sioux Falls, South Dakota, cyber symposium on the 2020 elections that he was attacked in his hotel the prior evening.
Logan Ratick, national correspondent for Newsmax, took to social media to raise awareness.
“Mike Lindell says he was ‘attacked’ at his hotel in Sioux Falls last night. ‘I’m okay but it hurts,’ he said.”
Mike Lindell says he was “attacked” at his hotel in Sioux Falls last night. “I’m okay but it hurts,” he said.
— Logan Ratick (@Logan_Ratick) August 12, 2021
Lidell said, “I just want everyone to know all the evil that’s out there,” according to a report by the Sioux Falls Argus Leader. Sioux Falls Police said Lindell didn’t report the incident, but that an officer would visit the MyPillow CEO later, according to a local news outlet.
Lindell was clearly distressed, according to The Independent, when he revealed that he was targeted near the elevators of his hotel. He went on to say that the home of another symposium participant was raided and all its electronic devices taken.
“We are never quitting, till we get to the truth,” Lindell said. He added, “We got the truth, just to get it out there.”
Lindell is hosting a 72-hour cyber symposium where he is attempting to prove his baseless election fraud claims.
Lindell said the participant’s home was “raided at 10:30 at night”.
“He had four children at home and he didn’t do anything,” Lindell said.
“We have people that intel [has] found are bad, bad, bad people, as I found out yesterday by the elevator,” Lindell said.
“This is where our country’s gone,” he added. “You take away the free speech. So they go after me. And they’re going, ‘Well, we try and crush his company and take everything from him.’ And then they go after [me] physically.”
Mike Lindell was choked up opening the final day of his “symposium,” claiming that he was “attacked” at his hotel last night. He later claimed it was “Anifa,” but gave no details. pic.twitter.com/OAdfBzngLU
— Ron Filipkowski 🇺🇦 (@RonFilipkowski) August 12, 2021
Lindell kicked off his 3-day event on Tuesday, granting only invited members of the media, politicians, and cyber experts to attend in person. Any reporters who complain about that should just take a look at how they have treated Lindell since the election. Just about every mainstream media hack reporter has attacked him and reported he has no evidence to back his claims that the 2020 presidential election was rigged while they never cared enough to even ask to see his evidence. I bet most of them haven’t watched his documentary movie “Absolute Proof” that gives a visual representation of what cyber experts Lindell hired discovered while looking at election data and server logs which revealed IP addresses of systems hitting the voting machines during the election via the Internet. Experts hired by Lindell say that they found WiFi hardware inside Dominion voting machines and federal law says that voting machines are not allowed to capabilities of getting on the Internet.
There are so many discoveries that have been made from the investigation which Lindell has personally funded that it’s puzzling how news outlets can say he has no evidence. It would be one thing to say he has bad evidence or even faulty evidence or even flimsy evidence, but they always claim he has no evidence. One hack reporter named Elizabeth Elkind of the Daily Mail said his claims were “baseless.” You can watch any of Lindell’s shows aired on frankspeech.com and see that nothing he or any of his guests present is baseless.
Lindell promised to provide “proof” that will show that the 2020 election was stolen from Trump, a position that has been said often by the former president himself.